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MacRumors.com on Twitter: "iOS 11.1 beta 3 brings a promised fix for a Reachability bug that's been present in iOS 11 since launch. https://t.co/NUolLixo5d"
iOS 11.1 beta 3 brings a promised fix for a Reachability bug that's been present in iOS 11 since launch. https://t.co/NUolLixo5d

— MacRumors.com (@MacRumors) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Todd Ditchendorf on Twitter: "Speaking of Xcode getting worse… There used to be some really beautiful icons here. This is sad. https://t.co/KAmI9Kyoe6"
Speaking of Xcode getting worse… There used to be some really beautiful icons here. This is sad. pic.twitter.com/KAmI9Kyoe6

— Todd Ditchendorf (@iTod) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "KRACK: Breaking WPA2 by Forcing Nonce Reuse: https://t.co/e49qOEWJ4d #mjtsaiblog"
KRACK: Breaking WPA2 by Forcing Nonce Reuse: https://t.co/e49qOEWJ4d #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Peter Steinberger on Twitter: "Bug: window.print() fails when long-polling is used Chrome: 2013 reported, fixed 2015 Safari: a blip in 2014. 🤷‍♂️ https://t.co/t4sPzfqPAu"
Bug: window.print() fails when long-polling is used
Chrome: 2013 reported, fixed 2015
Safari: a blip in 2014. 🤷‍♂️ https://t.co/t4sPzfqPAu

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Peter Maurer on Twitter: "@lapcatsoftware Found it: https://t.co/69a4s7NxVc This is pure speculation on my part, though. Might be less specific than I thought it was."
Found it: https://t.co/69a4s7NxVc
This is pure speculation on my part, though. Might be less specific than I thought it was.

— Peter Maurer (@petermaurer) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Graham Spookyland 🎃 on Twitter: "The beahaviour of accepting a retransmitted packet comes from the WPA2 standard, which makes the fix situation a little awkward. KRACK abuse… https://t.co/QM7mK2xbzV"
The beahaviour of accepting a retransmitted packet comes from the WPA2 standard, which makes the fix situation a little awkward. KRACK abuses the feature of allowing retransmission of lost packets, which is important in 802.11 protocols. "It's a feature, not a bug".

— Graham Spookyland 🎃 (@gsuberland) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai
Graham Spookyland 🎃 on Twitter: "TL;DR on the KRACK WPA2 stuff - you can repeatedly resend the 3rd packet in a WPA2 handshake and it'll reset the key state, which leads to n… https://t.co/kYTvONrygS"
TL;DR on the KRACK WPA2 stuff - you can repeatedly resend the 3rd packet in a WPA2 handshake and it'll reset the key state, which leads to nonce reuse, which leads to trivial decryption with known plaintext. Can be easily leveraged to dump TCP SYN traffic and hijack connections.

— Graham Spookyland 🎃 (@gsuberland) October 16, 2017
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october 2017 by mjtsai

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